What is an "H rate make up stamp"?

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The value of an H rate make up stamp will vary with the stamp store and other factors as well. If however you wish to purchase it by mail, you will incur extra charges on postage pay and handling. The H stands for hat, which all the H stamps have in common.
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Scott Number 3260. These are the first class stamps. They have a face value of 33 cents. They are still valid for postage within the US for 33 cents.
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The H Stamp is worth 33 cents and is still valid postage if additional postage is added.
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About 25 dollars if in great condition.
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Hello Grace, Thanks for your question. The "H" stamp came out in 1998 and had a face value of 33c. The Love stamp of 1995 (actually there were two) had a face value of 32c
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